Mummy

Some articles on mummy:

Evidence - Evidence Against Mummy Paper
... Dane argues that mummy paper cannot possibly exist because all the references to the paper are either vaguely documented or are the product of oral history ... Dane also states that neither the copy of the Standard on mummy paper can be found, nor can Deck’s article be found, both of which statements have clearly been proven wrong ... There are indeed some facts that make proving the concrete existence of mummy paper impossible ...
Legion Of The Dead (film)
... The film is a B movie based on Mummy legends, and was released in between two similar, more-successful films The Mummy Returns (2001) and The Mummy Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008) ... some similarity to the 1971 Hammer horror film Blood from the Mummy's Tomb, which also featured an evil Egyptian queen as the film's antagonist ...
Lot No. 249 - Synopsis
... obsession with the study of an Egyptian mummy, purchased from an auction sale, which he keeps in his room ... Later, when passing Bellingham's room, Smith witnesses the mummy seemingly vanish and inexplicably reappear in its sarcophagus within a mere few moments ... to Norton, Smith concludes that Bellingham has brought the mummy to life and is sending it after all the people whom he dislikes ...
Langkloof
... also home to early Bushman paintings and the Kouga mummy — the only mummy ever found in Southern Africa from a cave in the Baviaanskloof Wilderness Area ... The remarkably well-preserved mummy, wrapped in Boophone disticha bulb tunics, appeared to be of the Khoi people, and was transferred to the Albany Museum in Grahamstown ...
Shock Theater - Films
... of Market Street The Mad Ghoul Man Made Monster The Man Who Cried Wolf The Mummy The Mummy's Ghost The Mummy's Hand The Mummy's Tomb Murders in the Rue Morgue The Mystery ...

More definitions of "mummy":

  • (noun): A body embalmed and dried and wrapped for burial (as in ancient Egypt).

Famous quotes containing the word mummy:

    If God lets me live, I shall attain more than Mummy ever has done, I shall not remain insignificant, I shall work in the world and for mankind!
    Anne Frank (1929–1945)

    I must work, so as not to be a fool, to get on, to become a journalist, because that’s what I want!... I can’t imagine that I would have to lead the same sort of life as Mummy ... and all the women who do their work and are then forgotten. I must have something besides a husband and children, something that I can devote myself to!
    Anne Frank (1929–1945)

    I feared
    The belly-cold, the grave-clout, that betrayed
    Me dithering in the drift of cordial seas;
    Ten years are time enough to be dismayed
    By mummy Christ, head crammed between his knees.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)